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IRISH IMPORTS & EXPORTS, 1804

... Allen, fron the: ,3d light dsagoons,'-r J. H Al-t gun, trona-bh -4th foot, . - -3:th Ditto. d To be Cata'ins of Coempianiev-Tlienteiants ;Duocan' c Stewart ;- Charles Viislism Wall; 'Vilam Vaughan. N #almer, from' the 23d' light dragaoos; -Phineas M pherson ...

Published: Monday 10 June 1805
Newspaper: Caledonian Mercury
County: Midlothian, Scotland
Type: Article | Words: 3778 | Page: 4 | Tags: Commerce 

MARINE INTELLIGENCE

... tat be stationed off the Scaw, to carrv a floating light for the iafet-r of the convoys passinig sr repassinig, and the said ves- i Rei being directed to take her beariigs as follow, viz, the .caw light-house to be brought to bear W. N. W. by cm- p ais ...

SCOT'S BANKRUPTS

... Ligtrtwootl. in relignrd ; dlattd Tonle I4. 18o0i. Mawcwel Gordonl to he v Lieuteliant - dated June 17. r3o8.0 -A crdeeo Light infantry Vroluntiers, -'I~etr Macleanl, litc~ Of thle 41d reguiment, to be Ad-'0 jutant ; dated June MS t?-no. IWAR-OFFIC U-Aug ...

Published: Saturday 20 August 1808
Newspaper: Caledonian Mercury
County: Midlothian, Scotland
Type: Article | Words: 1754 | Page: 4 | Tags: Commerce 

[ill] INDIA SHIPPING

... 7illiain Blaeqiere, of his MoAajef-ly's 3.th light dragoons; Mlajor James Ferrier, of is MlIajeflyf Scotch Brigadc; Capt. Strick- a land, Kingfron Company's native infantry; Lieute- nant James Conran, 25th light dragoons; lieutenant Di Hugh Mitchell, Scoteil ...

Published: Monday 09 November 1801
Newspaper: Caledonian Mercury
County: Midlothian, Scotland
Type: Article | Words: 566 | Page: 4 | Tags: Commerce 

SHIP NEWS

... detachmeldnts have arrived at Portsmouth - 5 of the zist, zad, asd ?? light dIgoons, to em- ! bk s ith tl.V.) drauimlis of the I zth asd z6thi for IiEgypt. A detacl'nternt of the I7th light dra- ' goonss it; aiso daily exptede to embark -with the s ab l, us ...

BRUSSELS—Aug. 31

... and one divifion of can- noneers. Another camp has alfo been formed at- Beauvais, confifting of fome corps of cavalry, light Infantry, and carabineers- General Sara- 3tin told the troops at Amiens, that they mould foon have an opportunity of difplaying ...

Published: Thursday 18 September 1800
Newspaper: Caledonian Mercury
County: Midlothian, Scotland
Type: Article | Words: 117 | Page: 2 | Tags: Commerce 

MARINE INTELLIGENCE

... Hutton ; 11igi ?? Captain . Fairf -; arid the Preston, Capt. biiarkuck, frY MaL- dras antd i Benal. The l7th regiment of Light Draaoons, about 60( ,i t stronpg, ?? bv Lieut.-Corrnelt Cotton, catue in to ?? on Nlofiday,, froml Chicthe-ter, alit; f euibaried ...

Ship News

... recruit ontthe Irish establishment forje n their valuable corps. ,. : Soasrbsmptsiz, .awz. s6. Our transports for cavalry and infantry are h daily increasing: we have now upwards of\ So I t sail, and they make a respetable appearance in the river. It is supposed ...

MARINE INTELLIGENCE

... cea, and he wiili hoist-his flag on hoard of hier in a ftv days. - Captain ?? is appointed CDaptain of the Hleet..~ At clay-light on Wed neiday morin', the wind coinng. round to the N;. L. the folowing ships, for t the altic. sailed fr-om Portsmouth, viz ...

Ship News

... yeittes, &c. together with one other ship of the lnae, very forward in her equipment. 'The number of soldiers embalkedl (infantry ;ain cavalry) amount to sia,coo. Some of the 1 jtch men of war are much crowded, having 1 i sc men on boardl, inciloding ...

Published: Wednesday 11 September 1805
Newspaper: Aberdeen Press and Journal
County: Aberdeenshire, Scotland
Type: Article | Words: 4509 | Page: 2, 3 | Tags: Commerce